The review found people who drank one or two alcoholic drinks a day reduced their chances of getting a stroke by 8 percent.
Those who had more drinks than that increased their risk of stroke.
People who drank more than four times a day were 14 percent more likely to get a stroke each day.
Those who don’t drink at all are recommended to not start drinking as a health precaution, the lead author of the study said.
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